Eddie Hearn, the promoter for heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua wants to make his next fight against Tyson Fury.

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The Matchroom Boxing Managing Director saw Fury’s dominant performance against Deontay Wilder and wants to get down to business.

Unification of all the heavyweight titles is what everyone wants and Hearn seems ready to make it happen.


Hearn also retweeted an image from streaming service DAZN of Joshua and Fury in the ring. Hearn’s promotions and Anthony Joshua’s fights are all streamed exclusively on DAZN.

Anthony Joshua (23-1, 21 KOs) recaptured his position as the unified world heavyweight champion back in December 2019. His unanimous decision victory over Andy Ruiz, Jr. (33-2, 22 KOs) in a rematch that called Joshua’s previous dominance into question.

Fury has stated before that he is not interested in fighting Joshua. However, Fury now has two belts (lineal and WBC) to Joshua’s four (WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO).

There is a rematch clause in the contract for a third fight. The world will have to wait and see what Fury does next.